Eye injury claims
Injuries to the eye are often caused by areas of the face being hit hard by an object, but can also be caused by small cuts, scratches, burns and irritation from liquids. People subjected to smoke inhalation are also known to suffer eye damage too.
Small fragments expelled from car crashes are one of the biggest causes of eye injury on the roads, and these fragments can consist of glass, gravel, small pieces of plastic and even metal. Furthermore, eye injuries also occur in the workplace, and if you work with hazardous material without the right protection, you could suffer serious eye injury.
No matter where you work, you should always be trained to use the equipment around you, whether you’re a construction worker or a gym instructor. If you have suffered an eye injury as a result of your employer’s negligence, or your eye injury was caused through lack of equipment training, then you could have a case for eye injury compensation.
Some forms of eye injury can be so severe that many people are unable to perform simple daily tasks. Whether you have a physically demanding job or you’re sitting at a desk, eye discomfort and injury can have a significant impact on how you’re able to do your job.
Making an eye injury compensation claim
If your eye injury was the result of another person’s negligence, then there is a very good chance you could be entitled to compensation, and our personal injury solicitors have the expertise to help you.
As specialist accident and injury solicitors, we can advise if you are entitled to make an eye injury claim following your accident, and can also arrange any help and support you may need. From medical expenses to loss of earnings, we’re here to recover the costs of your accident, and get you the compensation you deserve for your suffering.
You can be safe in the knowledge that we will fight to protect your rights against any eye injury you have suffered.